Picked up the spare, and ended up talking with the guy for a half hour or so. Really nice fella.
In other news, I've got the small list of things the TJ needs:
1) Adjustable front uppers. Hereinlies a big personal debate I'm having. For $179 I can get Rough Country adjustable uppers. For $179 I can get Rough Country adjustable lowers. I still need 3 sets of adjustable arms for the TJ, and these would bring the total to about $500 for the 3 other pairs from RC. OR I could heed the advice of the forum gods, and buy the Currie sets. Their trackbar impressed me more than any other product I've put on the TJ, and the reviews they get are unmatched. Total would be about $700 to buy the 3 other sets of C/As and have double JJs at each arm. Is that worth it? Do their products meet my demands? Will R/C's let me down? I'm alright with the RC rear uppers I've got, for the most part, simply because I got them from Pat for $100 at a time when I really needed them. The uppers would be $50 more. Lowers are $300 each...... SAVVY offers a 10% off coupon.
OR do I do RC front & rear uppers and Currie front & rear lowers? Even the currie front upper only has one JJ...
This really is a fascinating conversation. I've done a decent job at building the Jeep with reputable products, not always the absolute BEST but higher quality none-the-less. This is an interesting line that will be determined here.
2) SYE/CV kit. Already know what kind, just a matter of ordering it.
Feedback on #1 is welcome.